Sheet music, Scores etc...

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splangie
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Post 19 Apr 2019

Does anyone have any recommendations for downloading sheet music? Should I just check book stores or is there a good site with a nice variety of pop, classic, folk and so on? I have worked on converting some midi files but the selection and quality is limited.

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Oquasec
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Post 19 Apr 2019

The best option would to be to learn how to compose with like sibelius or notion. or a built in score editor.
Some stuff you will just not be able to find, only create.
Producer/Sound Designer.
Currently checking out peff & hydlide's archives

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boingy
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Post 20 Apr 2019

If you are looking to pay money then go here: https://www.musicnotes.com/

If you are looking for free (and sometime eclectic!) then try musescore:

https://musescore.com/

It's a worthwhile free score editor but, better than that, their website hosts loads of user-created scores for all sorts of stuff.

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splangie
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Post 22 Apr 2019

Oquasec and boingy, thanks for the info!

dezma
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Post 24 Apr 2019

splangie wrote:
19 Apr 2019
Does anyone have any recommendations for downloading sheet music? Should I just check book stores or is there a good site with a nice variety of pop, classic, folk and so on? I have worked on converting some midi files but the selection and quality is limited.
You can use scribd's 1 month trial, it's got quite some scores available

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splangie
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Post 28 Apr 2019

I will check that one out as well. Thanks!

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